Come Go With Me

Album: Exposure (1986)
Charted: 5


  • This song was the first Top 40 hit from the popular and glamorous girl-band Exposé. The group and its music were among the first of the Cuban-influenced pop bands that came out of Miami during the late 1980s and impacted the music industry, helping other such bands achieve mainstream success. Ironically, none of the women in the band are Cuban-Americans from Miami. Jeanette Juardo (who fronted this and most of their major hits) is Mexican-American, Gioia Bruno is an Italian immigrant, and Ann Curless is a natural blond from upstate New York. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Mike - Santa Barbara, CA
  • Like many of Exposé's hits, this was written by the Miami producer Lewis Martineé.

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  • Barry from Sauquoit, NyIn 1957, 1963, & 1982 a completely different doo wop record entitled 'COME GO WITH ME' made the charts, THE DELL-VIKINGS' version reached #4, then DION took it to #48, and finally THE BEACH BOYS peaked at #18...
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